Your kids are smarter than you think – here's how to talk to them about all the bad things in the world

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Parenting experts recommend being honest with your children about what's going on in the world. (PHOTO: Getty Images)
Parenting experts recommend being honest with your children about what's going on in the world. (PHOTO: Getty Images)

When John Adams and his two daughters settled down to watch a family film, he wasn’t expecting questions about bombing raids.

But as they discussed what to watch, he spotted 12-year-old Helen scrolling through YouTube, looking for clips of air-raid sirens.

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